How to cover up acne with makeup
Simple everyday makeup on covering acne. watch on how not to look caky. No dry flakey skin. natural makeup cover up
I hope you enjoyed watching this easy tutorial. Acne prone skin offers challenges without saying. The struggle is real! When trying to cover up acne less is more. I know there is a big desire in us to cover it all up and not be exposed to ridicule from others.My husband often laughs and ask if I would like some bondo? Sounds funny but sometime you just want it not to show.
On an every day bases its better to use a medium coverage and do concealing were you need it, as apposed to wearing a full on mask and looking supper caky. If you are curently wearing heavy foundation everyday you will be exposing your pores and skin to get congested and cause more bacteria to build.
When you feel upset that your skin is not perfect like all those filters we so often use. Remember " You are fearfully and wonderfully made" Psalm 139:14 God has a plan and a purpose in your life and you are beautiful. Embrace your beauty your madeup of his love and grace.
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